Finding Neverland does indeed prove its worth in recognizing the impact of a great story.
Luke Rush counts down the best films of 2004
Where About Schmidt was often morose and slow-footed, Sideways is consistently laugh out loud funny, bathing itself in the paradoxical possibilities presented by its oddly-matched protagonists.
Seeing Other People can feel like a decent ten-minute skit stretched thin
Shaun of the Dead isn't just for fans of zombie flicks; it's for everyone who likes to laugh.
Nicotina is diverting stuff, not anything that will garner any foreign-film Oscar nominations, but quite enough to wash the foul taste of mediocre late summer.
Everyone’s a bit skeptical when it comes to Will Smith
Greendale is the new film by Neil Young; or what I would more appropriately classify as a ponderous Dante’s inferno of a VH1 video.
Fahrenheit 9/11, by Academy Award winner Michael Moore, is one of the most controversial documentaries in recent memory.